From natural disasters such as hurricanes, tornadoes, floods, and wildfires, to the threat of terrorism and pandemics and the emergence of cyber attacks, catastrophes are taking an increasing toll on society.

AIR's Global Resilience practice provides governments and non-governmental organizations with solutions to help better prepare for and recover from disasters. Through catastrophe modeling we identify and quantify risks to populations and infrastructure, evaluate mitigation strategies, and inform disaster finance programs. By leveraging our three decades of catastrophe modeling experience for the public good, we are making society more resilient.

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Who turns to AIR


AIR helps governments assess the risks to their citizens and critical infrastructure and develop risk-informed emergency management and hazard mitigation strategies.

Solutions for government

Non-Governmental Organizations

NGOs leverage AIR's risk quantification capabilities to improve the resilience of at-risk communities by providing the means for risk transfer to capital markets or increase insurance penetration.

AIR and NGOs

Regulators and Rating Agencies

Catastrophe modeling insights support assessments for monitoring and preserving the financial solvency of disaster relief organizations.

Regulatory support

Research and Academia

AIR's experience and expertise assist in the advancement of the science and techniques behind catastrophe risk management.

AIR research initiatives

Learn how we are helping

U.S. National Flood Insurance Program

AIR has provided insight into U.S. homeowner flood loss potential that is helping the government reduce its burden of risk and is laying the foundation for achieving significant regulatory reform.


The World Bank

AIR is collaborating with the World Bank on the launch of the Pandemic Emergency Financing Facility (PEF), a fast-disbursing global financing mechanism designed to protect the world against deadly pandemics.


United Nations

AIR research on the rising economic cost of natural disasters was a key contribution on developing the Sendai Framework to Disaster Risk Reduction.


100 Resilient Cities

AIR is a platform partner on this initiative that provides cities with the data and tools needed to become more resilient.

AIR and 100RC

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

AIR provided its expertise to investigate the drivers of damage from hurricane-driven flooding of homes and businesses located along the Gulf and North Atlantic coasts of the United States.


Global Earthquake Model (GEM)

AIR is a founding and supporting member of this initiative that provides catastrophe model access to communities traditionally priced out of the market.


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